Talk about suspense. (No spoilers, just excitement.)
All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda was everything I had hoped and more. The story had me gripped from page one. Lately, I haven’t been as active of a reader as I used to be, or would like to be, but I decided to pick up this book that I had bought *a year ago* and dive in.
I read the whole book in a day and a half and couldn’t put it down.
The book works backward, which was a different style of writing for me. It starts off giving you some background and then jumps two weeks forward. THEN the chapters are titled “The day before”, “The day before”, until you’re back to the beginning of the two weeks. I know this sounds confusing but it works SO WELL for this story line.
All the Missing Girls is a nail-biting story about the disappearance of two girls a decade apart. With the main character, Nicolette, entwined one way or another with both girls, she dives into the mystery to figure out what really happened to them.
I have recommended this book to many friends that loved it, and I highly recommend you give it a try. You can snag it on Amazon here.
Take the plunge and let me know what you think.